Inks play an increasingly critical role in the inkjet process.
David Savastano, Editor11.20.17
The Inkjet Conference (TheIJC), which was held Oct. 23-24, 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany, featured a record number of presenters, exhibitors and attendees. For the first time, TheIJC featured a Plenary session as well as three concurrent tracks.
Organizers and exhibitors reported that TheIJC conference was a success this year. ESMA CEO Peter Buttiens, who co-organizes the show with co-founder Steve Knight, said that TheIJC has been a major success.
“In four years, we have almost doubled the number of presentations and more than doubled the number of tabletops, with 36 new tabletops this year,” said Buttiens. “In addition, 74 new companies sent delegates this year, with 195 new attendees.
“The number of exhibitors and delegates bring together so many possibilities,” added Buttiens. “The level of presentations was exceptional. We have been reinventing TheIJC every year. We went to the Plenary sessions and three tracks this year. We don’t w
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